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It wasn't all that intense of a fight - it might be more accurate to call it a scuffle, or perhaps a skirmish - but legislators definitely got physical with each other on the state House floor, as evidenced by video of the confrontation. Greg Ahhott last month into law. "In fact, the DPS - the Texas Department of Public Safety - was removing people from the gallery because they were disorderly".
  • Surviving victim of train attack out of hospital

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    The case was adjourned to June 7. Christian , 35, is accused of fatally stabbing two men who defended a 16-year-old and her Muslim friend on a Portland, Oregon , train last Friday . Our family grieves, but we are proud that through his selfless action he, along with the other two men, has changed the world, when in the face of hate he did not hesitate to act with love.
  • Cleveland Officer Timothy Loehmann Fired in Wake of Tamir Rice Shooting

    Cleveland Officer Timothy Loehmann Fired in Wake of Tamir Rice Shooting

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    Garmback, who was driving the cruiser that skidded to a stop near the boy, has been suspended for 10 days. "They fired him for lying on his application, which I wish they would've fired him for killing Tamir", she said . The caller said Rice was "probably a juvenile" and the weapon was " probably fake ", but the officers were not given that information. The two cops had been called to the area on November 22, 2014, after someone reported there was a man nearby pointing a gun at people.
  • Trump honors fallen soldiers and Gold Star families in Memorial Day speech

    Trump honors fallen soldiers and Gold Star families in Memorial Day speech

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    Brittany Jacobs, left, and 6-year-old son Christian Jacobs meet President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence in Section 60 of Arlington National Cemetery, Monday, May 29, 2017, in Arlington, Va. But during the national anthem Trump appeared to be cheerfully bouncing around in stark contrast to the still and sombre-looking Joint Chiefs of Staff , General Joseph Dunford , and Defence Secretary, James Mattis.
  • Comey cleared to testify; Flynn subpoenaed

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    These are the first subpoenas to come from the panel, issued by Chairman Rep. Mike Conaway and ranking member Rep. Adam Schiff. Organizations associated with Flynn and Cohen - Flynn Intel Group LLC and Cohen & Associates - were issued subpoenas as investigators believe business entities are not afforded Fifth Amendment protections.
  • White House communications director quits

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    Dubke founded Crossroads Media , a GOP firm that specializes in political advertising. - According to several aides and outside allies of President Donald Trump , his top priority upon his return from his first foreign trip will be a possible retooling of his senior staff and the creation of a " war room " inside the White House .
  • Netanyahu's pledge: Jerusalem 'will not be divided again'

    Netanyahu's pledge: Jerusalem 'will not be divided again'

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    Trump's emphasis on the Iranian elements of threat against the Muslim countries in the region as well as Israel , was a reflection of his new policy in the region, which can simply be described as building an alliance against Iran. Only in time "we will find out if it all works", Shapiro said. "In my opinion it was a general [i.e., ordinary] visit for the American president", she said.
  • Michael Dubke, Trump's communications director, quits

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    White House chief of staff Reince Priebus thanked Dubke in a statement and said he had "offered to remain onboard until a transition is concluded". Frustration amongst communications team members reportedly peaked after they were kept in the dark regarding the firing of former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey.
  • Portland Mayor Wants Pro-Trump, Anti-Sharia Rallies Canceled After Train Stabbings

    Portland Mayor Wants Pro-Trump, Anti-Sharia Rallies Canceled After Train Stabbings

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    While being transported in a police vehicle, he said , among other things, "Get stabbed in your neck if you hate free speech", and said he could now "die in prison a happy man", according to the affidavit. Christian also called Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh a "TRUE PATRIOT". In a letter to President Donald Trump yesterday, Namkai Meche's mother described her son as a hero who died defending two women threatened by bigotry and terror.
  • Noose found inside Smithsonian's African-American museum

    Noose found inside Smithsonian's African-American museum

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    A noose was found inside an exhibit on segregation at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in the nation's capital today. The investigation into the noose found at NMAAHC is ongoing, but the public and staff have been assured that the museum is safe.
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    Portland stabbing suspect: "You call it terrorism. I call it patriotism!"

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    As Christian walked into the courtroom he yelled out: "Free speech or die, Portland! ". "Free speech or die, Portland! ". This is America. Get out if you don't like free speech. "Me and my friend were going to get off the MAX and then we turned around while they were fighting and he just started stabbing people", she told KPTV .